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Barzani appoints a new speaker to head his government

Category: Kurdistan

Date: 2019-07-09T11:11:36+0000
Barzani appoints a new speaker to head his government

Shafaq News/ The Prime Minister-designate in Kurdistan Region, Masror Barzani has issued a decision to appoint a new speaker to head the new government scheduled to voting on Wednesday.

According to the available information, Barzani decided to assign, Jotyar Adel to the position of his official spokesman, while the former spokesman of the former Nechirvan Barzani’s government, Safeen Dazai has been transferred to work in the Department of Foreign Relations.

Barzani has also assigned Nour al-Din Saeed Wissi, director-general of Kurdistan Satellite (K24), to the position of head of the Information Office of the Prime Minister.

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